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Re: Case 530 PTO clutch

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Joe Young

10-18-2013 12:16:34

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The plug was on the left side of the PTO housing on the older style tractors. The late 30 and 70 series had the plug/hole on the top as depicted in the picture below.

To tighten the clutch, turn the pto shaft counter clockwise. One or two clicks is probably enough. The lever should take 50-65 lbs to "snap" into the engaged position.

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Mark Shurvin

10-18-2013 12:32:33

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 Re: Case 530 PTO clutch in reply to Joe Young, 10-18-2013 12:16:34  
This is the housing that"s on my tractor. The problem is when I look inside the plug hole I just can"t seem to see the "pin" that I"m supposed to push. I DO see two "tabs" about a half inch apart especially when the PTO is engaged and the manuals all say it should be disengaged to adjust. It would be great if I could see a photograph of exactly what I"m looking for.

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Mark Shurvin

10-19-2013 07:09:50

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 Re: Case 530 PTO clutch in reply to Mark Shurvin, 10-18-2013 12:32:33  
FOUND IT! But only after removing the PTO assembly and draining the fluid so I could see the pin. Thanks for the help.

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